CEDAR email: CEDAR 2023 : Invitation to participate in "Current and Future Instrumentation and Experiments at Mid-latitudes" Workshop
flind at mit.edu
Mon May 22 07:10:43 MDT 2023
We invite you to participate in the Current and Future Instrumentation
and Experiments at Mid-latitudes
CEDAR workshop scheduled for Tuesday, June 27th, 1:30 to 3:30pm.
This workshop will explore current and future experimental capabilities
for the study of the mid-latitude Geospace environment. Instrumentation
used at mid-latitudes needs to combine detailed plasma and neutral
atmosphere measurements with the meso-scale fields of view necessary to
specify boundary conditions. Scientific progress requires co-located
networks of instrumentation that include both radio and radar systems,
optical imaging arrays, orbital platforms, and in-situ measurements made
using rocket instrumentation. Experimental measurement of physical
parameters of the ionosphere and neutral atmosphere are critical to
scientific progress in key areas such as ionospheric variability, storm
response and recovery, plasma instabilities, sporadic-E layer formation,
sub-auroral polarization streams and drifts, and atmospheric coupling.
We will discuss what is possible with current instrumentation systems,
near term developments that are currently underway, and longer term
visions for a comprehensive set of experimental capabilities at
mid-latitudes. Efforts relevant to the upcoming Eclipse in April of 2024
are of particular interest.
The sessions will consist of short presentations with moderated
discussion. A portion of the workshop will focus on coordination of
efforts associated with the upcoming April 2024 North American eclipse.
Please contact one of the conveners by June 9th if possible to be added
to the agenda.
Contributions from students and early career scientists are welcome.
Frank Lind, John Swoboda, Stephen Kaeppler, Asti Bhatt, Alex Chartier,
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